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NEW YORK APPLE CROP
And a Good Arizona Market With Short Supply. Editor The Arizona Republican: Sir: 3t Is admitted that for general purposes the apple is the best of all fruits. Some of us remember the huge bins of apples in the old home cellars where during the winter we could help our selves at any time to choice greenings, spitzen bergs, russets or bald wins. . Since those days I have often paid Rood money for apples which at that time would have been picked up in the orchard only to feed to the stock. We learn from the New York pa pers that the apple crop of Orleans county is estimated at 1,000,000 barrels vith a value to the growers of $1,250,000 More than 200,000 barrels are In store at Albion in that county. Another pa per says. "Apples are a drug in the market. In the western counties of the state many orchards are unpicked. Good fruit will bring 75 cents to $1.00 per barrel. Farmers that sold early hir the market. It is a pity that it costs so much to bring a barrel of apples from New York to Arizona. Here good fruit sells three pounds for 25 cents or at the rae of $3 per bushel or over $10 Ier barrel. Mr. D. D. Horning of this city who has brought a number of car loads here from Wyoming county. New York, found the fruit there of poor quality this season, but in other parts of the state it seems that the quality is good. We are informed that good apples can be grown in certain parts of Ari zona. If so, the man who plants i large apple orchard will soon have a bonanzan better than a gold mine. II. o A TIMELY SUGGESTION. This is the season of the year when the prudent and careful housewife re plenishes her supply of Chamberlain's Tough Remedy. It is certain to be needed before the winter is over, and results are much more prompt and sat isfactory when it is kept at hand nnd Kiven as Foon as the cold is contracted and before it has become settled in the system In almost every instance a se vere cold may be warded oft by tak ing this remedy freely as soon as the first indication of the cold appears. There is no danger in giving it to chil dren for it contains no harmful sub stance. It Is pleasant to take both adults and children like it. Buy it and you will get the best. It always cures. For sale by Elvc-y Hulett. Drusgists. ALORD'S CASE. Another chapter in the Hurt Alvord case has boon closed. His petition for a writ of habeas corpus was allowed by Judge Davis at Tombstone, and his bail was fixed at $2,500 for each charge against him. There are two cases for Interfering with the United States "mail against Alvord. one at Cochise and the other at FaJrbank. Alvord was held j in Tombstone for a few days, so as to be able to secure part of his bail. ! Citizen. HOW TO PREVENT CROUP. It will be good news to the mothers of small children to learn that .croup can be prevented. The first sign of croup is hoarseness. A day of two be fore the attack the child becomes hoarse. This is coon followed by a pe culiar rough cough. Give Chamber lain's Cough Remedy freely as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the rough cough appears, and it will dispel all symptoms of croup. In this way all danger and anxiety may be avoided. This remedy is used by many thousands of mothers and has never been known to fail. It is. in fact, the only remedy that can always be de pended upon and that is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by Elvey & IIu- Little Mike (at his lessons) I-rn-i-m-p-l-l-e-s. implies, implies. What does dat mean, pop? Dig Mike Don't ye know phwat that manes? Phwat good's yer schoolin' to yc? Shure, that's phwat a mon does -IJ0M ,o qof v soaiS ujijay o.i oj Philadelphia Press. THF PAI ATF t . tt a t va ' HIRSCHHID & PfRKINS, Props. J Imported and Domestic Wines H Liquors And Cigars rhoenix - - - - Arizona f .....THE HOFFMAN IVERYIHING FIRST CLASS Michelob Beer - . on Draught 4 SON HIRSCHFCLD. PERKINS & GIBSON Proprietors TIVOLI. GARDEN NOW CORNUCOPIA CLUB Incorporated J tin 18. 1902 1 open to members and tnelr guests only. For membership see either of Lie directors, William Widmer. presi dent; Ed Ruppert, vice president, or Robert F. DolJ, Alex Rheinstein, A. R. McCalmley, directors, or the steward at the clubhouse, three and one-half milep east, on Tempp road. J. II. W. JENSEN. Treasurer. Secretary and Steward. The Bank Exchange, We Serve ...Hot Lunches Between 11:30 and 2 p. m. Good Home CooKing Everything All Right Including Prices Every Woman , v H A lnieresicd nun nonni snow iSiM'JS 'WX' A w"'ifui HMrAAXVHl MARVf L Whirling Spra Til new Yalaal STria. Vfyce- tton una Jsurnon. lieni .saf est i out on ven lent It Llcaaaea laslaatla ial rear 4rmUt Air It. If h osnnot supply th m " ki.. fu'eiL no othir. Ihii send Benin j for Il lustrated book nd.It pives lull nnrtit'iilura Anil f1irnniin In. vnliml.lelo !n l. Ki ltVt I. '.. Sloom Tluiea IMx.t,on l ark. AMENDED ARTICLES OF INCOR PORATION OF THE WICHITA OIL COMPANY. Know All Men by These Present., That we, the undersigned, being desir ous of associating ourselves together for the purpose of becoming Incorpor ated do hereby, under the provisions of Title XII of the revised statutes or the Territory of Arizona, so associate ourselves, and for such purpose do hereby adopt the following articles of incorporation, to-wit: ARTICLE I. The names of the corporators hereof are the following, to-wit: J. O. Davidson, Wichita, Kansas; Charles R. McLain, Chicago, Illinois; Leon Phipps, Bakersfield, California; Geoige Easton, Los Angeles, Califor nia; A. O. McLain, Chicago, Illinois. ARTICLE II. The name of the corporation shall be the Wichita Oil Company. The princi pal place of business shall be In the city of Phoenix, county of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona, with branch of fices in the city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, State of California; and in the City of Wichita, County or Sedgwick, State of Kansas; and at such other places as may from time to time be provided in the by-laws of this com pany. ' All meetings of stockholders shall be held within the Territory of Arizona, and directors' meetings may be held within or without the Territory of Arizona, as may be provided by the by-laws. Stockholders' meetings may be called by publication in some daily newspa per of general circulation published In Phoenix, Arizona; such notice to b'j published for at least ten (10) days prior to the date at which the stock holders 'meeting Is to be held, this no tice to apply alike to annual and special meetings of the stockholders. Directors' meetings may be called at such times and in such manner as may be prfivlded in the by-laws. ARTICLE III. The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted is: . 1. To acquire by purchase, lease, lo cation or otherwise, real and personal property, particularly such as may be deeme d useful or convenient for the purpose of developing oil, gas or other minerals, and to let, improve, hypothe cate, sell, lease or otherwise enjoy or dispose of the same. 2. To sink or construct wells, tun nels or other lr.eans for the develop ment of oil, gas or other minerals,, and to extract from the ground oil, gas or other minerals, and to use, sell, dis pose of or otherwise enjoy the same. 3. To construct roads, pipe line3 for water, oil or gas, and such other works as may be necessary for th purpose of carrying on such business as the cor poration may desire to become en gaged in. 4. To purchase, use, sell cr otherwise deal in oil gas or other r.Unerais or machinery, buildings and works inci dental to the use of the purposes herein indicated. To do any and all lawful acts that may be necessary or convenient in or der to carry out the general purposed herein indicated. y ARTICLE IV. The capital stock of the corporation shall be the sum of five hundred thou saud ($500,000) dollars, which shall be divided into five hundred thousand (500,000) shares of the par value of one dollar ($1.00) each, of which twenty five thousand (25.000) shares have been subscribed, which stock was paid for at the time of subscription. ARTICLE V. The time of commencement of this corporation shall be when tnese articles are filed with the county recorder or the county of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona, and the termination of the corporation shall be twenty-five (25) years. ARTICLE VI. The corporate power of this corpora tion shall be vested in a board of i:v? (5) directors, who shall be stockholders and who shall be elected annually as may be provided in the by-laws of said corporation, and shall continue to serve as such directors until such times a Xhcir successors shall have been elected and qualified to act. The directors of this corporation shall have full power to substitute and adopt by-laws in lieu of those now in force, and to revoke, amend or substitute the same from time to time upon a vote representing a majority of the board of directors, and shall have power to designate and appoint such officers and agents of the company as they may deem necessary, and to remove the same at pleasure, and to fix the salaries or compensa tions of such officers or agents. The directors shall have and exercise all the powers of the corporation, togethet with all the powers conferred upon them by law. ARTICLE VII. Tfce highest amount of indebtedness or liability to which the corporation is at any time to subject Itself shall be the sum of fifty thousand ($50,000) dol lars. ARTICLE VIII. Private property shall be exempt from corporation debts. ARTICLE IX. These articles of incorporation may be amended at any regular or special meeting of the stockholders by the af firmative vote of the majority of tlio stockholders. Such amendment shall be signed and acknowledged by the president and attested by the secre tary of said corporation, and published as required by law. In witness whereof, we have here unto set our hands this 28th day of January. 1901. (I. R. 10c.) J. O. DAVIDSON. CI IAS. R. McLAIN, A. O. McLAIN, LEON PHIPPS, GEO. 10 ASTON, . The articles of incorporation are signed and nckowledgel. by the presi dent and atlcfited by the assistant sec retary ct the' corporation as a:ner.VJ articles cf incorporation by the affirma .rv CsJ "''in . m tive vote of a majority of the stock holders, the articles amended being Articles II, IV and IX. (Seal.) J. O. DAVIDSON. Atte3t: President. T. G. FITCH. Secretary. State of Kansas, County of Sedgwick, ss. On this 30th day of October, A. D., 1902, before me, A. J. Russell, a notary public in and for said county and state, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, personaly appeared J. O. Davidson, who is personally known to me to be the president of the Wichita Oil Company, who acknowledged to me that ho signed the above' and forego ing amended articles of incorporation as president of said company by proper authority of a majority of the stock holders in said company, and that Ar ticles II, VI and IX of said amended articles of Incorporation were amended as herein above set out; and that this instrument is to be the incorporation of said company from and after the publication of these amended articles, as required by statute; and that said amendments are hereby signed and ac knowledged by him as such president and for the company as his free and voluntary act and deed; that these ar ticles are signed and acknowledged by the -president and attested by the as sistant secretary of the corporation In my presence My corpmission expires January 9th, 1903. A. J. RUSSELL. Notary Public in and for the County of Sedgwick. State of Kansas. First Publication December 19. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE Know All Men by These Present. That we, whose names are heieunto affixed, do hereby associate ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the Ter ritory of Arizona, and to that end make the following statement: FURNITURE CITY OIL CO. FIRST. The names of the incorporators are: Henry Spring. Grand Rapids, Mich. Anthony M. Maris, Grand Rapids, Mich. Charles W. Spear, Muskegon, Mich. Lotan C. Read, Grand Rapids, Mich. Harry L. Colby, Grand Rapids. Mich. Atlanta E. Briggs, Cedar Spring-?, Mich. Martin Van Derveen Grand Rapids, Mich. Sylvester Wm. Barker, Grand Rapid3, Mich. Arthur"J. Free, Grand Rapids. Mich. Fred D. Vos, Jr., Grand Rapids, Mich. Martin H. Luce, Grand Rapids, Mich Charlotte C. Luce, Grand Rapids, Mich. Caroline V. Banks, Grand Rapid3. Mich. Harry Sawyer. Muskegon, Much. Louis J. De La Martin, Grand Rapids, Mich. Otto Albert, Muskegon, Mich. Corton J. Sawyer, Muskegon, Mich. John M. Vander Veer, Grand Rapids, Mich. John De Roe. Grand Rapids. Mich. Richard Q. Vos, Grand Rapids, Mich. And the name of the corporation shall be the "FURNITURE CITY OIL COM PANY." The principal place in whicn the business of said corporation within the Territory of Azizona is to be tran sacted is Phoenix, Maricopa county. Arizona, and the principal place of business of said corporation outside of the Territory of Arizona shall be the city of Grand Rapids, In the State of Michigan, at which meetings or the board of directors may be held, and the corporation may have such branch offi ces either within or without the Terri tory of Arizona as may be establised by the board of directors. SECOND. The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by th:s cor poiation is as follows, to-wit: To purchase, lease, bond, locate or acquire, own, exchange or otherwise di.-pose of. pledge, mortgage, hypothe cate and deal in claims, oil lands, oil. gas, jisphaltum, petroleum, water and water rights and machinery, and to work, mine, explore, operate and de velop the same ;to do a general real estate, manufacturing a:id mercantile business; to own, handle and control letters patent and inventions and shares of capital stock of other cor porations: to borrow mone and exe cute notes, bonds, mortgages or deeds of trust to secure the same, and to exercise In respect of all. such bonds, mortgages, notes, shares of capital stock and other securities and obliga tions any and all rights, powers and privileges of individual owners thereof, including the right to vote upon any shares of stock held by it, to the same extent that a natural person might do; and in general to do all things neces sary to the proper conduct of the busi ness of this corporation in the terri tory and elsewhere, not inconsistent with the laws of the United States anl the Territory of Arizona. THIRD. The authorized amount of capital stock of this corporation shall be threi hundred thousand ($300,000) dollars, di vided into three hundred thousand shares of the par value of one dollai each. At such time as the board of directors may by resolution direct, said capital stock shall be paid into this corporation, either In Tash or by the sale and transfer to it of real or per sonal property for the uses and pur poses of said corporation, in payment for which shares of the capital stock of said corporation may be issued, and the capital stock so Issued shall there upon and thereof become and be fully paid up and non-assessable, and In the absence of actual fraud in the transac tion the judgment of the directors an to the value of the property purchased shall be conclusive. FOURTH. The time of the commencement of Uiis corporation shall b the date of t he filing of these articles of incorpora tion in the ollice of the Secretary of Arizona, and the termination thereof shall be twenty-five years thereafter. FIFTH. The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted by a tSoard of eleven di rectors, and the following named shall constitute the board of directors until their successors are elected: 1 Henry Spring, Grand Rapids, Mich. 2 Charles W. Spear, Muskegon, Mleh. 3 Lotan C. Read, Grand Rapids, Mich. 4 Anthony M. Maris, Grand Rapids, Mich. . 5 Hrfiry L. Colby, Grand Rapids, Mich. 6 Philander E. Daniels, Berkeley, Cal. 7 Harry Sawyer, Muskegon, Mich. 8 Morton H. Luce, Iluskegon,r Mich. D Atlanta E. Briggs, Cedar Springs, Mich. 10 Fred T. Vos, Grand Rapids, Mich. H Martin Van Derveen, Grand Rap ids, Mich. Thereafter the board of directors shall be elected from among the stock holders as the by-laws of the corpora tion may provide. SIXTH. That any and all meetings of the stockholders or boird of directors or officers of this corporation may be hell not only in the Territory of Arizona, but anywhere outside of the Territory of Arizona as from time to time may be procided by the by-laws of this cor poration. SEVENTH. That the stockholders of this cor poration at any stockholders' meeting or corporate election tf this corpora tion, shall be entitled to vote, either In person or by proxy, the stock owned by them in this corporation, in the manner provided, and subject to the provisions of the by-laws of this cor poration, as the same may be adopted from time to time. EIGHTH. These articles of incorporation may at any time be amended or changed In any respect or new provisions added thereto by the affirmative vcte of a majority of the stockholders. Sucli amendment, change or addition shall be signed and acknowledged by the president and attested by the secre tary of this corporation, and no such amendment, change or addition shall be valid unless recorded and published as the original articles are required to be. NINTH. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability, direct or contingent, to which' this corporation is at any time subject shall be five thousand $(5,000) dollars. TENTH. The private property of the stock holders of this corporation shall be ex empt from corporate debts of any kind whatsoever. In witness whereof, we have here unto set our hands and seals this sev enteenth day of November, 1302. HENRY SPRING. (L. S.) ANTHONY MARIS. (L. S.) ('HAS. W. SPEAR, (L. S.) LOTAN C. READ. (L. S.) HARRY L. COLBY. (L. S.) ATLANTA E. BRIGGS (L. S.) MARTIN M. VANDERVEEN (L. S.) SYLVESTER WM. BARKER. (1.. SO ARTHUR J. FREE. (L. S.) FRED D. VOS, JR., (L. S.) ! MORTON E. LUCE. (L. S.) I CHARLOTTE C. LUCE, (L. S.) ' CAROLINE F. BANKS, (L. S.) ! HARRY SAWYER, (L. S.) ' LOUIS J. DELAMaTER, (L. S ) OTTO ALBERT. (L. S.) CARTER J. SAWYER. L,. S.i JOHN M. VANDERVEEN, ( L. S.) JOHN DE ROE, (L. S.) RICHARD Q. VOS, (L. S.) State of Michigan, County of Kent, ss. On this 17th day of November, in the year A. D. 1902. before me, Roy C. Lyle. notary public in and for the state and county aforesaid, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared Henry Spring, Anthony M. Maris, ('has. W. Spear, Lotan C. Read. Harry L. Colby, Atlanta E. Briggs, Martin M. Vanderveen. Sylvester Wm. Barker, -Arthur J. Free. Fred D. Vos. Jr., Morton II. Luce. Chai'otte C. Luce, Caroline K. Banks, Harry Pjwyer, Louis J. DeLamater. Otto Albert. Car ter J. Sawyer, John M. Vanderveen. Jno. Del toe, Richard Q. Vos. known to me to be the persons described in. whose names are subscribed to, anj who executed the annexed instrument, and they acknowledged to me that they executed the same for the purposes an l considerations therein expressed. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal, at my office in the said state and county, the day and year last above written. (Seal.) ROY C. LY'LE. Notary Public. My commission expires 27th day of Ma)', 1903. Territory of Arizona. County of Maricopa, ss. I. B. F. McFrII, county recorder in and for the county and territory afore said, hereby certify that I have com pared the foregoing copy with the or iginal articles or inco -ora tion of tho FURNITURE CITY OIL CO.. filed an l recorded in my office on the 24th day of November, 1902. in Book No. 12 of Incorporations, at page , and that the same Is a full, true and correct copy of such original and of the whole thereof. Witness my hand and seal of office this 24th day of November, 1902. (Seal.) B. F. McFALL.i County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHUR, Deputy Filed and recorded in the office of the Secretary of the Territory of Arizona this 24th day of November, A. D., 1902. at 2 p. m. ISAAC T. STODDARD, Secretary of Arizona. First publication Dec. 16. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE VALDEZ ELECTRIC LIGHT. POWER AND TELEPHONE COMPANY. Know All Men by These Presents, That we, whose names are hereunto annexed, do hereby associate ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the Ter ritory of Arizona, and to that end make the following statement: First: That the names of the cor porators are C. H. KRAEMER, D. B. LEAVELL, S. A. HEMPLE and J. L. STEELE, and the name of the corpor ation shall be the VALDEZ ELEC TRIC LIGHT, POWER and TELE PHONE COMPANY. The principal place in which the business of said cor poration within 'the Territory of Ari zona is to be transacted is Phoenix, Maricopa county, Arizona, and the principal place of business of said cor poration outside the Territory of Ari zona shall bo the town of Valdez, In the District of Alaska, at which meet ings of the board of directors may be held, and the corporation may have such branch offices either within or without the .Territory of Arizona as may be established by the board of di rectors. Second: The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by this corporation is as follows, to-wit: To purchase, construct, lease, bond cr cthrrwt:-e acquire and own electric lighting, power and telephone plants, water rights, real estate, and any and all kinds of personal property, and hav ing acquired the same to exchange, sell or otherwise dispose of and pledge. mortgage and hypothecate the same, j and to carry on and conduct any and j all business relating thereto: also to own, handle and control letters patent and inventions, and shares of capital stock of other corporations; to borrow money and e::ecute notes, bomls, mort gages, cr deeds of trut to -secure the same, and to exercise in respect of all such bonds, mortgages, notes, snares of capital stork and other securities and obligations any and all rights, powers and privileges of individual owners thereof, including the light to vote upon any shares of stock held by it to the same extent that a natural perron might or could do; and in gen eral to do all things necessary to. the proper conduct of the business of this corporation in the territory and else where, not inconsistent with the laws of the United States and the Territory o- Arizona. Third: The authorized amount or capital stock of this corporation shall Le twenty-five thousand dallars ($25, 000.00). divided into twenty-five hundred slnres of the par value of ten dollars ($10.00) each. At such time as the board of directors may by resolution direc t, said capital stock shall be paid into this corporation either in cash or by the sale and transfer to it of real or personal property for the uses and purposes of said corporation, in pay ment for which shares of the capital stock of said corporation may be issued, and the capital stock so issued shall thereupon and thereby become and be fully paid up and non-assessable, and in the absence of actual fraud in the transaction the judgment of the di rectors as to the value of the property purchased shall be conclusive. Fourth: The time of the commence ment of this corporation shall be the date of the filing of these articles of incorporation in the office of, the Sec retary of Arizona, and the termination thereof shall be twenty-five years thereafter-. Fifth: The affairs of this corpora tion shall be conducted by a board of three directors, and the following named shall constitute the board of di rectors until their successors are elected, viz: C. H. KRAEMER. D. B. LEAVELL and J. L. STEELE. There after the board of directors shall be elected from among the stockholders tis the by-laws of the corporation may provide. Sixth: The highest amount of In debtedness or liability, direct or con tingent, to whic h this corporation is at any time subject, shall be sixteen thousand dollars ($16,000). Seventh: The private property of the stockholders of this corporation shall be exempt from corporate debts of any kind whatsoever. In Witness Wnereof. We have here unto set our hands and seals tills thir teenth day of October A. D., 1902. C. H. KRAEMER, (Seal.) D. B. LEAVELL. (Seal.) S. A. HE.MPLE. (Seal.) J. L. STEELE, (Seal.) United States. Distric t of Alaska, ss. On this, the thirteenth day of Octo-j ber. in the year one thousand, nine hundred and two, before me, J. W. LEEDY. a notary public in ,nd for the District of Alaska, residing there in, duly commissioned and sworn, per sonally appeared C. II. KRAEMER. D. B. LEAVELL. S. A. HEMPLE. and J. L. STEELE, known to me to be the persons described in. whose names are subscribed to, and who executed the annexed instrument, and they ac knowledged to mo that they executed the same for the purposes and con siderations therein expressed. In Witness Whereof, I have here unto set my hand and affixed my offi cial seal at my office in the town or Valdez, District aforesaid, the day and year last above written. (Seal.) J. v. LEEDY. Notary Public for Alaska. My commission expires December "d 1905. Territory of Arizona. County of Maricopa, ss. I. B. F. McFall, county recorder In and for the county and territory afore said, hereby certify that I have com pared the foregoing copy with the or iginal articles of incorporation of the VALDEZ ELECTRIC LIGHT. POWER and TELEPHONE COMPANY, filed and recorded in my office on the 6th day of November. 1902, in Bnok 12 of Incorporations, at page , and that the same is a full, true and correct copy of such original and of the whole thereof. Witness my hand and seal of office this 6th day of Nov., 1902. (Seal.) B. F. McFALL, County Recorder. Ry A. S. ARTHUR. Deputy. Filed and recorded in the office of th; Secretary of the Territoryof Arizona this Gth day of November, A. D., 1902, at 2 p. m. ISAAC T. STODDARD. Secretary of Arizona. First Date of Publication December 17. PROFESSIONAL DR. TOSEY Physician and surgeon. SeciHl treatment for consumption, atbma ana ltronch.tis 16N.2Jve. COMMERCIAL HOTEL BARBER SHOP Reopened, new and up to date styles, best tonsorial service in the city. Fine baths for ladies and gentlemen. Expert Klioe shining. I. II T. nKK, l'ron. ARTI.SrS-MissTrowbri.lue'sStmllo. 401 Flem ing block, will reoeen IKivmbcr 1st. Hours 9 to 12. FRANK SHIRLEY, Expert Chiropodist. Tel. Main 29M. Basement, Cor. Vash1and Center St. REV. DR. BERNARD POS, Osteopath. Hydropath, Masseur, Doctor of Psycho logy, Master Electrician. Famous Bat tle Creek Sanitarium methods In curing stomach troubles and rheumatism. Wo also keep n complete stock of their wonderful health foods. Treatments very reasonable. 135 W. Monroe, near M. E. Church. MRS. M. K. THOMPSON-U-ssoiis given In luce malting nd embroidery. Terms, 50c per hour. Apply at Un ison Pharmacy. NOTARY PUBLIC. E. E. PASCOE, Notary Public. Convey ancing a specialty. Acknowledgment taken. 110 North Center street, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Oliver lMnrtnn. ' Arthur J. Edwards. EDWAltns & MORTON. Lawyers. 19 8. Center St; PhonlT. Arl AMBROSE & RICHARDSON. Ij7ei "and B'eed. Telephone 2951. 429 Wert Waa Insrton street. Phoenix. Arlzon. D. L CONNOR. Osteopath. The only grad uate in the territory under the founder of tne "rieni-e. Ir. A T. Sti II. American tchoo o O teopathv. Kir k -v!l 1m. M Office 30 wfst dafis. Phoenix. Ariz. Office phone HiH Res. Phone 203 POPULAR All advertisements running for less time FOR RENT Two connecti::s funny rooms and privat? kitchen for light housekeeping, l4- Ka?t Je.Terscn St. Half block from car line. Ft R RENT One room, partly furn ished: very cheap. Inquire at Five Points grocery. Mrs. J. K. Class ic rd. FoR RENT Front suite; housekeep ing; also side suite or Fingle; Por celain baths. Holmes building. First aver tie. FOR RENT Four furnished rooms f;r housekeeping. In country. Address Box s;m. FOR RENT rieasant furnished rooms reasonable. o'C West Madison St. THE ARCADE Elegant rurnished rooms with modern improvements; no invalids taken. 32 South Center street. GOOD country board, including room, $1.00 per day at "Donn" ranch, one mile north Indian school. Cave Creek road. P. O. Box 1241. COUNTRY BOARD. Persons wishing to board in the country can find first class accommodations at the Ilum ney, on Grand avenue, l1,; miles from P. O. Free transportation to city daily. Telephone 3221. FOR RENT FOR RENT Furnished and unfurn ished rooms and houses. We can save you many wearisome steps. See list at Craln's News Stand, 11 N. Center St., The Valley Realty Co. 'Phor.e CGI. FOR RENT A 7-:to:n furnihej house with bath and electric light. In good residence district. Reasona ble terrr.s. Address E. M. W., this oflir e. WANTED To rent a broncho and saddle. F. A. M. FOR RENT Compktely furnished house in country: ten minutes from P'jstotiice: pleasant surroundings; good driving horse and buggy includ ed. Address u.ix 722. FOR RENT Furnished and unfurn ished houses; all sizes, kinds and pi:c ro. houses, lots and ranches for s.ile. V. K. James, room 5, fsich cls(.n building. FlR."i"-CLASS Japanese cook wants lositim: family, ranch or mining c::::p. Call J o, California rcflHur- r.r.t. WANTE! Position as buOKkeuiw: ; young man; live years' expeiier.ee. Address Bookkeeper, this ollice. WANTED Situation by lirst-class stenographer. -Vddress postoffiCe box lOlfi. HELP VAMTED WANTED Dishwasher man. Apply early. Turner, Eldoiado ImU-l. WANTED A boy or ycung man, to as sist patient about and hour a day. Doetcr. this off.ee. GOOD POSITION with business la... f r a fairly educated lndy, independ ently situated: experience not abso lutely necessary: reference's le juired. Address L. B.. Otr. city. WANTED A thoroughly competent middle-aged lady for a position of trust; must be willing f do some traveling. A. V. C, Republican ofl.ee WANTED Two healthy girls as wait resses unl chambermaids; wages J30 per month. Address "S." Republican olMce. WANTED Dish Avenue hotel. arher at the Sixth WANTED A competent girl for gen eral housework. Apply northwest cor ner of 4th avenue and Monroe street. MISCELLANEOL WANTED By a young man, room and board in refined private family, with in D mile of P..O. Address X Re publican office. WANTED Pupils in shorthand (Pit man system); five dollars per month. Leave address at this ollice. Miss R. BOARD A few more boarders wanted at Lee's ranch. Ieave name and ad dress at J. W. Dorris' grocery. Free ride to investigate. WANTED Burro that boy can make go, and one that is used to being alone at nights; state price. I. O. Box 2C. Thoroughly first-class dress maker will make dresses at your home. Call or address 1103 East Jefferson. HENS WANTED Will pay S5 per dozen. Ed Olson, South Seventh ave. CHANCE FOR iln.Mll Lund with g od walei ; four miles from Phoenix. Inquire of W. K. James, Nicholson building. PRIVATE BOARD Best in town. Reasonable rates by month, day. week or single meals. Mrs. Colin, uOU N. 2d ave. WANTED From two to live tons of wheat hay. Ed. Olson. South 7th av. M RST E LIZ A AK D W A 1 i I S."expcii encod card reader, tells past, present and future. . Ladies, 25c; gentlemen, 50 cents. 231 Buchanan street, corner of Third street. WANTED Clean rags at The Republi can office. Cash paid for same. AGENTS We will instruct you In our business find pay you while learning. Apply 1D-21 South Center street. WANTED Housekeeping rooms by young couple. Central location, no invalids, state price and particulars. Address box 29 Republican. CLOTHING or delicacies for the poor and sick can be left at the rooms of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, corner of Monroe and Central Ave. They -vs ill bo carefully distri buted. Those in need please call. WANTS than one month must bp paid In advance. FOR ' S ALP ; . MONDAY, D EC. 22, at 1 o'clock p. m. Dr. Puriiiun wiil S'-ll at public auc tion the f l: in it" re of the completely furnished house, just south of his own peiso'.iul residence, 14) N. Sev enth St. Tl:is furnituie, almost new, consists of elegant bedroom sets, ch'-inber sets, hr.ndome dining iixim extension table and chairs, rug.-;, cur tains. c urt'.iin ro Is, on perfect kitch en range, ice chest, or.e decorated liaviland chlr.a dinner mi, glassware, kitchen Jurnit'jte, lockers, center ti b'es, one Morris aim chair, porch chair.', i&t--, niattresses, i illows. a fine writing desk, and many other ll.ine.s loo nai'.itious to inenaon. J. A. Fulv.iler. auctioneer. FOR SALE OR 1 1 IRE Tvnfir st -class work icjir.s. Geo. F. MiU i.', South 1Mb. avc-.. 1 miie s jut'i raihoad. or 33 South 1st ave. FOR SALE Silverwr.i e, china, bric-a-brac- and oilier articles; a bargain. Zi'i West Ad:'.ms. F. A. Gulley. FO R s A L E RaTedaTf a 1 fa hay; w 11 1 deliver; by ton $11.50; by 10 tons 5 1 0.i J. A. II. Irvine. FOR SALE Two work horses or will trade for buggy. Schorghl ranch. A LOT OF HOUSEHOLD and kitchen furniture belonging to Mrs. B. N. Pratt will be sold at auction Satur day, D'-cc-mbtr 20. at auction room. No. 33 S. ls-t ave., at 2 p. m.; also horse, buggy and carriage. E. S. Thompson, auctioneer. FOR SALE A half section of land under the Tempo canal in a high state of cultivation and with ample water light; would divide into IG'i acre tract? if desired. Apply A. Neil non, aqen.t, Tempe. Ariz. A I fcTION f Uesday, Dec. 23rd, 1002, at 10 a. in., at 41') north First Ave. I will sell velvet carpets, matting, portiers, lace curtains, brass mounted Wiann led beds, springs, mattresses, bureaus, washstands, cots, chair?, rockers, tables, stands, handsome oil paintings, engravings, mirrors, bron zes, silverware, elegant Onyx table, parlor lamp, pillows, stoves, glass and queensware, cooking utftnsils, etc. Mrs. A. Z. Calvert. FOR SALE Handsome buggy; half Stanhope; newly painted and uphol stered: umbrella; tongue; single or double attachment; with or without horse and harness; property of Thomas Ofcerle. Inquire at Frake's stable. East Jefferson St. FOR SALE CHEAP Well improved ranch of twenty acres. Address Bux C02. City. FOR SALE Dairy located at Congress Jun tion. A profitable, paying busi ness. For reference write S. W. llar ker & Co. FOR SALE A family carriage; good as new. call on or address E. S. Thompson, the auctioneer, 13 S. 1st Ave. FOR SALE Fancy grain-fed turkeys, three-fourths mile south of Capitol. Call a!!( s,.e them or send order to B. F. WaiVer. general tit livery. 1"R SALE Horse, hail. ess and bug gy: n!s new saddle, all in first-class conditio-:, f,;: South Center St. FOR SALE .ioise, harness and buggy 423 West Jefferson St. FOR SALE The Model Grocery. This is one of the best business chances in ri!oeni; a nice clean stock; first class location: long lease; best paying class of trade and business Is on a paying basis; must be sold soon to settle trusteeship. Call or on address C. F. Leonard, trustee. Phoenix, Ariz. " F u r nTs h j : D ROt M SFOR RENT7"" signs for rale at the R?ubliean ollice. LOST AND FOUND COME TO KELLOGG RANCH On1"-mouse-colored horse and one bay mate; owner proving property and paying charges can have same. 'Oil Et7T Vc st Sherman sTreetT one b;y ho-se. Owner call, prove prorsrty ar.el pay charges. E S T R A Y E Dlb n e large bay pacing horse, white star in forehead, fore top clipped. Finder please return to 1622 W. Washington St. and re ceive reward. FOUND George Richards, the driver of "Oakswood," yesterday found ori Center street a valuable lady's jacket which the owner can have, by proving property at this ollice and paying charges. CAME to the McHride ranch on the Christy road, a sorrel horse, branded, whits face, short taii. Owner prov ing property and paying charges can have same. FORRENT-rjer Furnished Houses No. 6 R. Brick, new and "modern, 3 bloi ks from I. O.. ?100 per mo. No. 2 S R. Frame, modern 2-story, 4 blocks from I". i ., $.".0 per mo. No. 2 7 ,R. Frame, comfortable and cosy, 1'j mile from P. O. and only 2 blocks from street car line, $30 per mo. No. 44 R. and hall. Brick, S blocks from P. O.. $20 per mo. N. J!. The first three are north of Washington street. TAYLOR. (Q. SON IIS North Center St. Opposite Hotel Ad, imp. ALL kinds of printing, ruling, book and magazine binding and book re pairing done satisfactorily aa-t quickly i The Republican offlca. The Sure Way to prevent pneumonia and consumption is. to cure your cold when it first appear;-.. Acker's English Remedy will stop the cough in a night, and dtive the cold out of your system. Always a quick and sure cure for asthma, bron chitis, and all throat and lung troubles. If it dees not satisfy you the druggist will refund your money. Write to us lor free s.nr.plc. W. H. Hooker & Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. T. F Hudson pharmacy.